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From Expedia Group Software Development Engineer(Past Employee - 2,015)‐ Rating 1 out of 5 — Tue, 15 Jan 2019
- Paycheck arrives on time. - Your expertise won't be tested. The work is a non-challenge.
- A tribal culture where fresh ideas are frowned upon if they highlight someone's incompetence. - Your performance review is not based on your accomplishments but on whom you've been kissing up to. - No clear ownership of anything: once you start on a new project, if someone with the word "principal" in their title has decided that they are interested they will take over it. - They ("principals") are under no obligation to complete anything. They just hop from one project to the next. So it's up to you to a) finish it; b) meet all the schedules; c) fix all the issues in the design and code; d) take all the blame; e) forfeit all the credit. - If you have an idea for an improvement and actually have balls to implement it then, despite clear and visible gains, you'll be chastised for not running it through a "principal" first, who will then take all the credit and assign all the blame. - Your manager is not on your side. He will be busy trying to join some other tribe while your career is of no interest to him. He will literally pick all the nuggets of negativity from someone reviewing you and zero in on those, ignoring any actual accomplishments made by you. - The new product is not designed by someone with expertise but by someone with the largest vocabulary for buzzwords. Then your job is to stay in your lane and take all the blame and forfeit all the credit.
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From Expedia Group Software Engineer(Past Employee - 2,015)‐ Rating 3 out of 5 — Thu, 10 Jan 2019
- Just stay in your lane and you'll be OK. - Your paycheck will arrive on time.
- Stack ranking is still live and well. - Your manager is not interested in your success, only his. - Anyone with a word "principal" in their title is free to choose his or her own project if they decide what you're working on is interesting enough for them to "take over". - After they take over your project, they're free to abandon it if something else peaks their interest, leaving mess behind for you to clean up. - After all of the above, they "rate" you, ignoring your achievements if they expose their own incompetence. - A new product is not designed by qualified engineers with experience. Instead, a bunch of managers with zero technical expertise but fluency in buzz words want you to implement the dumbest of their ideas. - If schedules are not met it's an engineer's fault, and your manager will side with those principals to trash you in your next review. Quite often the schedules aren't met because the project was already abandoned by a principal. - The place is literally like a swamp. Politics are more important than what you love doing best - creating an awesome product. Little time for that.